Dolomiten Residenz Sporthotel Sillian
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... sleeping in harsh, cold conditions that proved too much for many soldiers. As a result of the remoteness of the outposts, supplies were few and far between for the soldiers, and during the winter they had to make do with what they had for weeks at a time. The war in the Dolomites lasted for four years, and took many lives, more often through hunger and cold than enemy fire.
You can still find many of these installations while hiking in ...
... was also an old hut that the workers that built the road had lived in and a memorial to those that had died during the construction. The tunnel at the top had icicles in it from water that had been dripping. At 5.00 pm it was 1.5C.
We stayed the night just at the bottom of the road in a car park as it was starting to get dark.
... and twisty road. It was dark and as misty as
hell and i could not see a thing. To be honest I was totally lost and had no
idea where I was heading.
along at about 15 - 20mph with my eyes peeled on what i could see of the road.
suddenly out the corner of my eye I noticed a sign and so stopped and pushed
back just to see what it said. It was a sign for Delle Erbe pass. I turned of
the engine and opened my map to try and locate just where i ...
... getting late and I decided to head for Guai pass which is one of my favourite passes in the Alps. I know of a great little restaurant right at the summit and had a sneaky feeling they rent out rooms also!! What a great place to spend a night!!
I plodded on along this great scenic road towards Cortina, stopping every few miles for more and more photos. Many of these wonderful towns have great churches standing high up above the rest of the town and just have to be taken in a ...
... threw our wet clothes into a corner and poured ourselves into the bath. A thick hot chocolate and a ham and cheese panini later and all was well. The afternoon was checking out the town and resting before a big pasta-pizza dinner while the rain still pelted down. Tomorrow might be a similar wet start but we are chasing the sunshine hard as we head to lower grounds and leave the awesome Dolomites ...